Aruban authorities say that they do not have reasonable cause to hold suspect in the disappearnce of Robyn Gardner.
This in spite of his purchase and attempt to collect a 1.5 million dollar accidental death insurance policy that he took out on Robyn's life.
Has "circumstantial evidence" now become something to be dismissed?
It is the evidence found within circumstance that was, prior to DNA advances, used to prove beyond a reasonable doubt. Now, this evidence is being dismissed as "only" circumstantial.
Robyn was, apparently, an easy mark and the purchasing of insurance shows pre meditation. How many people take out major life insurance policies on strangers?